Olive Hesh doesn't know it, but she's about to give someone a terrible shock.
She was employed to be a nanny to two-year-old, Leo. The only thing is Leo's father, Blake Worthington, doesn't know an Amish girl is about to walk through his door.
Olive convinces Blake she can handle the job, but can she be around this wealthy and handsome Englisher every day without compromising her faith? Her best friend is falling for an Englisher, and she does not want to make the same mistake.
Blake's mother has taken over his life once more. She insisted she could look after his son, and then she contacted an agency to find a nanny. He read their references and not one of them was suitable, but any of them would've been better than the dizzy, head-in-the clouds excuse for a nanny who showed up. The only reason he's keeping her around is that his son adores her.
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HIS AMISH NANNY
HIS AMISH NANNY. by Samantha Price
Book 1...(Maids Trilogy.
Olive will feel complete when she has love and marriage, someone amazing and dreamy. Her closest friends, none had boyfriends, she was suggesting they find jobs. They needed to start pulling their weight, and contributing at home. They could rent a stall, at the farmer’s market, where there was a lot of foot traffic, selling themselves, as one to cook and clean. She felt good having made her first decision toward her future. A young boy takes to Olivia, and the grandmother wants her to be a nanny. She will pay her well, just to watch Leo. Blake wants to run a background check on her, he will pay her, if she works out, which meets a no from his mother. After awhile you can, but this
way you can’t fire her, if she was paying. Blake took one look and exclaiming you are Amish. He always handed her a list every morning of things she could or should have done better, he was always complaining. His mother.says he is aggressive with everyone, and lashes out in frustration.
Story of these young girls, friends, and unmarried, taking a big step toward being out in the public, and working, mostly with the English. Staying strong in their commitment of what they have been taught and being Amish as they do their jobs. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.EllenOceanside